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Cold nuclear fusion theories. Exploration of exotic hydrogen states

  title={Cold nuclear fusion theories. Exploration of exotic hydrogen states},
  author={Joel Simion Armelius},
Nuclear fusion technologies hold the potential to revolutionize the way we produce energy on earth. It is an opportunity to lift our current dependency on external factors such as weather and fossil reserves while producing vast amounts of emission free energy. For more than two generations, several novel ways to extract fusion energy have been proposed and attempted. One recently suggested approach is based on an assumed aggregate of deuterium named ultradense deuterium. The existence of this… Expand


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